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Kuban State Agrarian University is a university located in Krasnodar, a city in southern Russia.

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ORGANIZATIONAL-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF INCREASED ACTIVITY OF SMALL AGRIBUSINESSES  [2015]

Sharovatova T. I.; Moiseenko Z. N.; Radjabov R. H.; Don state agrarian University [Corporate Author]

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The development of the agricultural sector involves the increasing entrepreneurial activity of small agribusiness in the conditions of the market. This requires the formation of the organizationaleconomic mechanism. It acts as a system of relations arising between the state and the entities. One of the basic conditions in the solution of this problem is state support of small agribusiness at various levels. In addition, it is necessary to create a better organizational-economic mechanism of development of this type of business in the agricultural sector, which is aimed at creating and strengthening the competitive environment of agricultural producers. This article discusses the main directions of formation of the elements of the organizational-economic mechanism of development of small agribusiness in the proletarian district of Rostov region. In the area gets the development of competitive selection of farmers for the development of the agribusiness in animal husbandry. It helps to increase the livestock of farm animals in peasant (farm) area. The creation of a wholesaledistribution center on the basis of the agricultural consumer co-operative will contribute to the development of marketing infrastructure, primary processing, storage and transportation of agricultural products produced by small businesses in the area. The organizers of the marketing and logistics chain, which are wholesale distribution centres not only provides the most efficient distrib
ution of the produced agricultural products, but also allows in General to increase the activity of the small agribusiness

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Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University

ISSN : 1990-4665